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Merely threatening to bypass Parliament on Brexit places our democracy on...

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More years ago than I care to remember, I was a very young school head appointed by what seemed to me a...

Boris: will Britain really back a bouncing, bluffing buffoon?

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Well, will it? Boris Johnson was a populist Mayor of London when, arguably, populism meant making people feel good about their city,...

A clarion call for consensus – but will politicians heed it?

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If you thought last week’s strong showing for both the new Brexit Party and for the Liberal Democrats was merely a Eurocentric...

Learning to live with contradictions

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It’s a topsy-turvy world nowadays. While our end of the continent is dominated by Brexit travails, everywhere else I look - near and far,...

All over bar the shouting? If only!

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It’s all over bar the shouting: that well-known expression suggests everything’s done and dusted, whatever will happen will happen, and anything else is mere...

Post-truth, post-irony, but not post-hope

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It's a popular view, something about which we Brits tend to joke incessantly, that Americans just don't get irony. I don't think it's true:...
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